July 27, 2017
Essay #3 Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Movement was a group of influential and standard civilians that fought
for the equal opportunities and rights of those of the whites. African Americans were free from
Chapter 3 and 4 questions
A _ legally establishes government authority.
Royal charters were granted directly to the colonists in _ and _(places).
When _ surrendered at _ in_(year), the Revolutionary War effectively ended.
_was the first secretary of state
Chapter 8 and 9 questions
Voting on the basis of the performance of incumbents is called _.
Candidates in office who are seeking reelection are _.
Members of the U.S. Congress are granted _, which is free use of the U.S. mail.
Generally, professional camp
Chapter 10 and 11 questions
Each state has _ senators elected every _ years.
_ is the process of allotting congressional seats to each state according to its proportion of the
In _, Republicans captured control of both houses of Congress for t
Chapter 1 and 2 questions
The study of who gets what, when, and how is _
In which year between 1964 and 2013 did Americans have the least trust in the government?
_In which year did they have the most? _
Most citizens believe that the main concern of poli
Same-sex marriage has been a heated topic since the last decade, due to peoples wider
acceptance in same-sex marriage. Every couple desires the legal protection, recognition, and
blessing from the society. Urging for the legalization of
Nearly 100 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, African Americans still inhabited in a
unequal world of disenfranchisement, segmentation and various forms of oppression. In 1954,
US Supreme Court struck down the separate but equal doctrine that form
The United States has three branches of government: the executive, the legislative and the judicial. Each
of these branches has a distinct and essential role in the function of the government, and they were
established in Articles 1 (legislative), 2 (exec
US Constitution was written during the Constitutional Convention of 1787, which originated
from the Annapolis Convention. In 1785, some wealthy merchant met at Alexandria, Virginia,
tried to resolve the conflict between two states over commerce and naviga
1. Give an overview of the key phases of political party development in the US. How did the
Framers envision electoral participation in government? How has this been realized? Be certain
to demonstrate where realignments have occurred and the reasons why.
Same-Sex Marriage and
Same sex marriage has become a very hot topic in American government over the last
decade. This has a great deal to do with the increased acceptance of same-sex relationships.
People are no longer ashamed of their sexual o
Our likes, dislikes, values, and traditions are greatly influenced by the people around us. These
same people also aid in molding our political views. Whether you identify as a conservative or a liberal, it is
most likely that you
As a registered nurse, there are numerous interest groups available for me to join. There
are groups based on area of practice, such as the National Association of Neonatal Nurses
(NANN). Theres the Nation Student Nurse Association (NSNA)
1. You are a freshman member of the House of Representatives and want to represent your
district to the best of your ability. You know that being on the right committee is crucial. What
committee(s) would you most like to be on, and why? When and how migh
In recent years, political action committee (PAC) contributions have become increasingly
important in federal elections. In light of the influence of PAC money on elections and policy
making, is this trend a sign of a healthy democracy, or is it a troubli
1. Explain how ensuring liberty, promoting the general welfare, and providing for the
common defense results in conflict in governing. Use examples to explain your answer.
Liberty, common defense, and a government who cares about our general welfare are a
Modern Day Liberalism and
In todays society, it is often hard to see the fine line between liberalism and
conservatism. Many liberals can identify with some of the conservative values and point of
views, and vice versa. Thus, making it diffic
Is the unregulated chaos of the Internet a good thing in a democracy? Explain your answer with
There are many things I will turn to the internet for. I get dinner ideas, weather updates, and
check in with friends and family using the internet. O
1. Assess the effects that the media have on public opinion and political behavior. Has the
media changed your political opinion - explain why or why not?
When it comes to politics I tend to avoid the boundless media coverage that blankets the